Dramatic Bold Eye Makeup Tutorial
What is life without a little bit of drama? Eye tutorials are fun to experiment as it gives me the s...
- Lakme Absolute Concealer
- Lakme Rose Powder
- Jordana Eye Brow Pencil
- Maybelline Gel Eyeliner
- Lotus Color Kick Kajal
- Revlon Highlighter
- Rimmel Scandeleyes Mascara
- Real Techniques Thin Brush
- Colorbar Emphaeyes Eye Shadow Brush
- MAC Pencil Brush
Step By Step Procedure:
Apply concealer all over your lid and under eyes to cover the imperfections or blemishes and set it with a loose powder. I have used Lakme Absolute Concealer with Lakme Rose Powder to set it.
Fill the brows with brow pencil or powder and set it with a gel. It is important to keep the brows neat and prominent as the bold eye makeup would look out-of-place otherwise. I have used Jordana Eyebrow Pencil.
With the help of a thin brush, mark the outline with a black gel liner. First create a wing on the outer lid and draw a thick line along the crease and join it to the tear duct area. I have used Maybelline Gel Eyeliner.
Quick Tip: Tilt your head slightly back and draw the crease line with your eyes wide open so it is easier to know which style suits you. In this way, the bold line takes the shape of the eye highlighting the structure. Each and everyone has different eye shape and hence the line drawn with eyes close turns out wrong most of the times. Use a light hand to draw the line just as an outline.
Apply a dark thick kohl on the waterline. I have used Lotus Color Kick Kajal.
With the help of the thin brush, draw a thick line on the lower lash line and join it with the wing on the upper outer lid. You can use a kohl also if you're more comfortable with it. I have used the same gel eyeliner.
Take a shimmery champagne eyeshadow or a highlighter and apply near the tear duct area or inner corner of the eye to give a shimmery effect which brings out more boldness and sharpness to the eyes. I have used Revlon Highlighter. Curl up your lashes and apply 2-3 coats of mascara to make the lashes look thick.
Here's the final dramatic bold look!
Contributed By: Salomi Das